Create Realistic Fire in Unreal Engine

Aharon Rabinowitz

Harness the power of Niagara fluids to create fast, ultra-realistic fire in Unreal Engine.

In this week’s tutorial, Aharon Rabinowitz does a deep dive into Niagara fluids, showing you how to easily create realistic fire in Unreal Engine for use in motion graphics and VFX.

You’ll learn how to apply a simple Niagara preset and quickly build on it to create flaming text, objects, logos and animated characters. Be prepared to flex your particle simulation muscles - and get ready to feel the burrrrn! 🔥

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